My Emo will test the edge and say woah and take a few steps back but when I leave the room. He will go off the cliff and I will come back with him on the floor or not on the platform anymore. Another time he recognized the edge but turned around and walked backwards off the edge.
Yes sometimes this can happen especially if we’re not watching, it’s happened to me a few times, this is why getting a safe place where Emo can play in without us having to worry about it, not ideal I know. The point of Emo is having him around you, not suppose to leave him on his own unless he has a barrier to stop him from falling. A large dinner tray will work. About 2/4”
As @Racheal123 has mentioned EMO feet sensors are not 100% foolproof, so you should try and keep an eye on him or make him a safe area so that if you leave him alone he will not accidentally fall off the table. I have created a video about feet sensors, (it covers the basics, feel free to take a look).
I’d recommend creating a safe area for your EMO (something with a border so he doesn’t fall off and get hurt/damaged).
When Emo Dances, he goes for it:Cute. but there is a problem. My desk has little space, so when he dances, he is not aware of the edges because he is distracted, and almost falls, but I have to catch it. Is there a solution besides “getting more space?”
Hey when emo dances his feet sensors are disabled for that short period of time
Welcome, @joshua.kasdan_ii . . . depending on the amount of desk space you have, you can build him an area that has borders around it so that he cannot fall from the desk.
Here are some suggestions on this thread here:
Hope this gives you some ideas!
Hey @joshua.kasdan_ii ,
Actually, it’s a known issue…when EMO is busy doing anything, like daily activities, dancing, and playing his optical foot sensor is automatically temporarily disabled.
IMHO, I will never trust this sensor 100%, particularly when it is unattended on the table… Provide an enclosed play area for him… so EMO can walk safely and not fall off the table.
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GOOD LUCK, BEST REGARDS, AND TAKE CARE EMO!
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